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BT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BHUTAN.
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Bluetooth takes its name from Harald Blatand (Blue Tooth), the 10th-century Danish king who cudgeled neighboring Viking chieftains into unifying Denmark and Norway.
BlueCore3-ROM's complete single-chip solution with on-chip microcontroller and 4Mbits ROM enables device manufacturers to easily incorporate robust Bluetooth connectivity into their handsets.
In Australia, we have consistently outsold other Bluetooth wireless brands, competing on the superiority of our products, our warranty, and our commitment to first-rate service for customers, retailers, and distributors alike," said Taisen Maddern, CEO, BlueAnt Wireless.
The Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-800 also implements the new HFP1.
CSR's BlueCore3-Audio Flash is a cost-effective and compact single-chip radio and baseband IC designed for Bluetooth devices that require an on-chip mono CODEC and 6Mbits of embedded Flash memory.
The use of CSR's BlueCore3 technology and Bluetooth version 1.
The integration with the Bluetooth architecture will provide the WiMedia technology with quick access to the market and to hundreds of millions of Bluetooth enabled devices that are currently used.
Fractus offers a variety of solutions for short-range wireless communications within all mobile devices covering the Zigbee, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and UMTS standards.
In 2004, the shipment of Bluetooth chip had reached 115 million slices, increased by 92.
As Bluetooth becomes a standard feature in portable devices, it is apparent that although Bluetooth provides excellent interoperability and ease of use, the maximum data rate of 3Mbit/second is too slow for today's media centric applications," said Greg Burns, chief technology officer of Open Interface.